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SFGTV
Jun 5, 2011 2:00pm PDT
, an email system in every department, etc. and while the department needs email, every department doesn't need to maintain their own email server. i expect cloud to grow for solutions such as human resources management, maybe financial transaction process, etc. when you maintain multiple servers, each upgrades, patches, configuration management, etc., moving the kind of systems that are in all agencies lets those i.t. managers in government kind of focus on what is core to their mission and not getting away from the systems that are common and shared across all agencies. and also to the individual departments, let them leapfrog to the latest software, hardware, if they have a system that's getting older, it gives them a chance to move to the latest and greatest without putting new effort into the solutions they have now. and that's system mained assistance backup, etc., becomes the responsibility of the system service provider in the cloud and, again, let's people move out into the core competency. this approach isn't new. los angeles has moved its email. new york is moving some o
MSNBC
Jun 18, 2011 5:30am EDT
reached about 20 women that night. not nearly as many through an email campaign. not to mention it took a few hours out of her busy day. but eden says the personal touch goes far. >> you can see whether it's a new person or an existing customer it just takes it up a level i think when they meet us and understand we're like them. we're sharing our information. we find that they turn into some of our biggest may venns. >> there's no doubt the guests have fun. >> i think there's another distinction that's missing, what counts as cooking. >> getting them to the site is still not a no brainer. >> there's the catch is how many people will not only get on skinny scoop but become members. we'll follow up with an email from the he or she tes -- host tesz. >> the women have teamed up with a group of other female entrepreneurs who share their same philosophy. they recently threw a party in san francisco with founders of other online companies. >> it really is a chance for some of our best customers, partners, vendors to meet the women behind the brands. if they can't trust us, then we really
SFGTV
Jun 13, 2011 11:00pm PDT
to an email solution it wasn't a point decision whether we -- i think the city is taking into consideration the fact is it was an email solution that had to be complementary to all of the other objectives we were trying to achieve in the city. i think at the end of the day, all things being considered, that was the thing that really made the decision for exchange the right decision for our city is that we really see it as the best fit technologically of where we're going over the next five years. >> ok. thank you. >> sure. [inaudible] >> other questions from folks on the phone or the audience? >> this is nancy. i was just wondering, you know, microsoft had a couple of outages last week with the hosted exchange server. i was wondering if you have concerns in that regard in terms of reliability? >> sure. in case you didn't hear that really well, the question was -- do we have concerns about the recent outage that microsoft on its website about the online service? of course we do. our job is to provide email service to our customers in the city and have a high reliability. the re
PBS
Jun 22, 2011 5:30pm EDT
are keenly embracing all that their new phones have to offer. >> what is an email? >> that's what i don't know. can you help me? >> we'll be back later to see how the 2 men get on with the joys and the frustrations of the internet. >> 7,000 miles away in seoul, south korea, the 2 families we've asked to live without the internet for a week have been finding it a struggle. >> [speaking korean] >> as a student at a specialist i.t. school, 16-year-old kim seung-yeon is having to make some radical lifestyle changes. fortunately, he has an understanding teacher. >> [speaking korean] >> please finish these assignments at home in your own time and email it to me. seung-yeon, as you don't have the internet this week, handwrite it and then give it to me. >> how's it going? >> um, some annoying things. it's very annoying, because finding some information or getting some news or information from internet, i can't do that. so, uh, it's very hard time for me. [all speaking korean] [laughter] >> seung-yeon's mother has also found it tough. she's the moderator of an internet forum for school mums.
ABC
Jun 22, 2011 4:30am EDT
. after an email to neighbors. >> we had a neighbor saying the race is going on today. i saw a dog that looked like dozier crossing the finish line. >> he broke through an invisible fence and joined the field of the maryland half marathon, keeping pace. >> he was looking up and looking around. >> 8 miles later these 4 four legged phenom crossed the finish line. he found his way home the next day, arriving dog tired. >> he was in terrible condition. i was concerned. >> he received a raise medal for his efforts -- a race medal for his efforts. >> great job. congratulations. >> even has a facebook page with 800 fans. on another site he raised big bucks for the university of maryland cancer center. >> he is our top fund-raisers. he has raised $13,000. >> finishing with a smile can be better than finishing first. >> it's a great way to people to give what it's in their hearts. >>> and looks like more half marathons may be in his future. to see more pictures from his marathon, log on to our web site wjla.com. >>> 4:56. still ahead bracing for the worst flooding in decades. [ female annou
SFGTV2
Jun 9, 2011 4:30am PDT
in our viewing audience who would like to participate in the action plan, it simply send an email to us. go to www.dot sfdefender.org. it's also available online. you can submit your action ideas. i promise you, we will look at every action item. we will not be able to cover everyone's ideas today and incorporate these. again it's www.dot sfpublic defender.org. i also want to emphasize. we have learned it's important and critical to hear from our youth. you will hear from youth panelists on every panel. their input is valuable. and critical to this process because one thing that we've learned. this is not about adults telling young people how to act. this is about, i'm old. but older people listening to younger people to achieve their dreams. that's why we are here today. a summit would not be possible without the support of so many. i would like to acknowledge a number of individuals who made this believe. ilona sullivan. larry roberts. kathy asadda. all of the volunteers. michael freed man from sf govtv. our city library. our sponors. kecker and argu edez. i also want to give a spe
SFGTV2
Jun 19, 2011 6:30pm PDT
excited and behind the whole change going into affect. >> i just got an email. i work for the san francisco public library. they needed volunteers. it was something i wanted to do. i have friends who have been married. i wanted to help out. >> i am a summer intern. i am working on gender equality in the private sector. the theme is equality for the summer. it's pretty exciting. people are really nervous. we have to ask them for id. >> we and have an appointment and allow them to proceed >> once you are ready, you and your husband to be need to check in with me here. that's process you one by one. get your license here and re-enter. >> city hall is going to take care of you today. >> don't worry about the time line. >> we are greeting people here and directing them to the services they need, which is licensing or getting the ceremony performed. we are making sure nobody else jumps the line. >> the marriage license process is defined by the court space. >> okay. are we good? >> thank you so much. >> this is an opportunity to choose to be a part of history. many times history happens
FOX
Jun 29, 2011 5:00am EDT
we'll send you an email alerr eeery time a major crime - happpns in your area. 3&phaae you seen this womaa? balttmore county police aae asking for help.. she'ss 22-year old ...soojinnyeh.she theeold court metro station in pikesville.she's knnwn to &pprequent charles village ... -3 and she may be wearinn a ree t-ssirt and shorts.annone ith information should call - police. - 3 it's been six months of searching for answers... in the death of phylicia barnes. -3 and still... no arrests have been made. made. relatiies gathered at city hall tuessay night... tooremeeber phylicia barnes... and toorennw their call for justice. they came with hopes of drawing months ago... the north 3 while visiting reeatives in her death was ruled a homicide... relativesssay they -3 deserve to knoo more about how & ppylicia died.&p3 (7:02:30) "i think they should come forth if to say e're working on it. -3 we're not lookkng for them to dragganybody in and say ttis 3& right person nd that may take -3 tiie..."relativee are promising mooe vigils... until there issjustice for phyliiia 3 3 3 first on fox... n ass
SFGTV2
Jun 16, 2011 1:30pm PDT
use permit sought by the property owner. i sent an email friday outlining the conditions i was requesting, as well as the rationale behind it, and of lead have the opportunity to review that. the first condition i am requesting is that the height of the tower upon which the antennas its be reduced such that it is no higher than the highest antenna. i have a picture here that will hopefully demonstrate the point i am trying to make. can you see the picture? great. this is the tower i am referring to, and there are three microwave towers and dishes and a couple of wireless and tennis. the department is imposing a condition that i am supportive of which is that the dormant tower be removed. i think that is great. that means that this antenna and this antenna will come down. i believe this microwave antenna is also a dormant, but the property owner would know for certain. my proposal is if it is dormant that it would come down and that the tower be reduced in height to no higher than the active antenna, which i believe is the verizon wireless internet. if the mark with tower is wor
FOX
Jun 9, 2011 5:30pm EDT
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NBC
Jun 17, 2011 5:00am EDT
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MSNBC
Jun 10, 2011 9:00pm EDT
was in that pack. and one of the first stories i came across was about an email request that had been put into her office for emails of her aides, not of hers. i discovered about,000 of them had been withheld probably under sketchy or dodgy exemptions. it got me looking at the law and said that open records law in alaska is not so bad. let's sort of shoot for the poon and put in a request not for her aides, but for her emails. initially i got a response back from the state that was encouraging. it could take eight hours of come computer time and cost a couple thousands dollars. we're going to start and give us a check for $5 thun. and then it trnd out, she had more than one account. and in fact, she had two private accounts that she used for much of her state business. >> she had an alaska.gov address or and then a private address. >> that site became nobody. it was hacked. that caused a big problem, the state i.t. people claimed those are yahoo records. we can't cam amateur them and collected for you. they figured out the only way to get her emails is by look at what she sent fr
ABC
Jun 7, 2011 5:00pm EDT
replacing them with the inspection dates. in an email they say it's an effort to ease your fears that the elevator you're riding in is safe. it has a label telling when the inspecs is valid. it was dropped for some on april 1ás. the rest will be changed as they're renewed. just because an elevator is past due its inspection does not mean it's not safe. it just means the certificate likely needs to be updated. we put the original investigation back on our website abc2news.com. you'll see it. click on here. see the store re and see our entire investigation which includes elevator data and tells you which elevators have missed their inspections, where they are and how far out of date they are. so all of that at your fingerprints, abc2 news. >>> all right. let's get a look at it. gorgeous afternoon in the harbor. we've had some interesting weather. 87 at bwi. as you take a look at some of those different sky net cameras, we look at robert w coleman, kind of a hot, hazy type of sky. one of those muggy hazy scenarios. humidity high today but not nearly as oppressive as it has been at times
PBS
Jun 3, 2011 7:00pm PDT
is reading each key, allowing you to know where you are in the process. i received an email saying c.l.b. was looking for an oracle support position. got the interview, they liked what they saw. they saw i was qualified. they made me an offer, and i accepted. i think some of the notions about individuals with low vision or visual impairments are preconceived. you wonder, "how can you do that if you can't see this, or you can't read this, how can you accomplish it?" the way the technology is moving now, it's wonderful because the playing field is level now. almost anything a sighted person can do, a person with a visual impairment can do as well. >> susie: that's "nightly business report" for friday, june 3. i'm susie gharib. have a great weekend everyone, and you too, tom. >> tom: good night susie. i'm tom hudson. good night everyone. we hope to see all of you again next week. "nightly business report" is made possible by: this program was made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. captioning sponsored by wpbt captioned by media access group at wgbh a
NBC
Jun 17, 2011 6:00am EDT
facebook page or send an email to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> here's a look at last night's winning maryland lottery numbers. >> good morning. kim dacey checking out on your morning commute. we've had downed tree between falls road and gorsig mills road. on harford county, we have an accident coming into us. pulaski at old post road, an accident. in anne arundel county a traffic light out between dorsey and ridge. a few things you want to watch for. majors checking out ok. the top of the beltway, things moving just fine. switching to a live view of 95 and the white marsh area, looks like volume building a little bit but no problems towards beltway. that's the latest on traffic pulse 11. now tony has a check of the forecast. >> good morning. we had rain last night, but it's dry right now. there's fog in some neighborhoods. we're watching another batch of showers that may come visit us. but the best chance of rain is coming this afternoon. it's going to be warmer and more humid. there's a 40% chance of showers and thunderstorms. temperatures range between 80 and 85. a look at the fore
PBS
Jun 2, 2011 5:00am EDT
activists. so how did scam work? >> well, people would send an email which appeared to be sent from a colleague. embedded was a link to a fake google login page. you get in there and the hackers have access to your email account. >> the hacking originated in eastern china. it's hard to establish whether the government or individuals are behind this kind of attack but google says it disrupted the scam and notified the victims and the accounts were then secured. all those targeted hadal connections to centers of information. the white house is investigating with google but doesn't believe any u.s. government email accounts were accessed. >> also reaction from the chinese government. martin is in beijing for us. >> a spokesman from the foreign government said it was unexactible to blame china and that hacking is an international problem and china is also a victim but then he went on to say the claims of so-called reports of hacking are unfunded and have al tear your motives and google didn't specifically blame the chinese authorities for this hacking attempt but it's interesting in the w
PBS
Jun 26, 2011 1:00pm PDT
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SFGTV
Jun 28, 2011 8:00pm PDT
police and staff. >> not a problem. >> just an email. that's all. president newlin: ok. do i have a second? you did a second. ok. call the roll. commissioner roja: aye. commissioner perez: aye. commissioner meko: aye. commissioner benetti: aye. president newlin: aye. >> thank you, commissioners. president newlin: thank you. good luck. ok. and wrapping it up here, folks, we have commissioners comments and questions. seeing none, we'll go to item number eight. new business requests. for future agenda items. seeing none, i officially conclude the tuesday, june 28, meeting of the city and county of san francisco entertainment commission. thank you. thank you, everyone. tick. tick. tick. tick. tick. tick. tick. tick. heat waves. massive heat waves. tick. severe droughts. tick. tick. tick. tick. tick. tick. devastating... devastating hurricanes. tick. tick. tick. tick. tick! tick! tick! tick! tick! tick! our future... tick! tick! is up... to you. tick. go to fightglobalwarming.com while there's still time. man: 60-inch screen, high-definition. football season is coming up. you can watch i
SFGTV
Jun 13, 2011 7:00pm PDT
front and one day somebody asked about it and we sent an email to our corporate office to ask about what was covered. nobody wanted to go out and get $2,000 worth of dental work or $1,000 worth of glasses if it wasn't going to be covered. they said we're looking into it. we're not sure. that went back and forth since october. in january i got a letter, it was an actual list of everything that was covered and the fact that all of our balances were now zero because they had all expired january even though we had been inquiring since october. the things that it covered were like dialysis for people with severe, advanced case of diabetes. stuff for severe autoimmune disease. organ transplant. things that we were not going really need. conventionals ent care was covered. things we wouldn't need the funds for. if we needed a nurse 24 hours a day. it was stuff that we would never actually utilize. basic physician stuff was covered like basic doctor bills. prescriptions used to be covered but the one person who was refunded for $400 for a prescription was the only money that was ever reimbu
SFGTV
Jun 3, 2011 5:00pm PDT
when there is a reduction or modification. president goh: would you be willing to respond to an email or other query from the parties? >> yes, commissioner. they contacted me right before this hearing and informed me of the continuance and of a potential settlement, which may involve the evaluation of some existing street trees and the public right of way. i will coordinate with both parties, as well as the urban forester to evaluate any potential impact to the relocation of the fence and the existing street trees and issue a new encroachment permit to finalize the settlement if required. president goh: okay, we still have to vote on a continuance. >> i would ask for public comment first, if there is any. commissioner fung: i have a question for mr. o'brien. there are a number of other people who have submitted various types of concerns and thoughts with respect to this case. are they knowledgeable of what is being proposed? >> richard may be a better person to answer that question. the discussions have involved numerous members of the media community. i think everybody else has been an
SFGTV2
Jun 2, 2011 3:30am PDT
viewing audience who would like to participate in the action plan, it simply send an email to us. go to www.dot sfdefender.org. it's also available online. you can submit your action ideas. i promise you, we will look at every action item. we will not be able to cover everyone's ideas today and incorporate these. again it's www.dot sfpublic defender.org. i also want to emphasize. we have learned it's important and critical to hear from our youth. you will hear from youth panelists on every panel. their input is valuable. and critical to this process because one thing that we've learned. this is not about adults telling young people how to act. this is about, i'm old. but older people listening to younger people to achieve their
MSNBC
Jun 30, 2011 5:30am EDT
. glad you're with us. shoot me an email. let me know what you're doing up at this hour. our text the word "awake" to -- we'll read the best responses later in the show. the next 30 minutes will be your cram session for this thursday, june 30th, a lot to tell you about today, including the president ducking the question again about whether or not he supports gay marriage. >>> plus, turtles, yes, turtles, back up air traffic at new york's jfk airport for two hours. turtles. you'll hear the excellent audio from the control tower a bit later. but first, let's get to the news, live at 5:30 a.m. at 30 rock in new york city. in his first press conference in over 15 weeks, president obama confronted congressional republicans, for failing to strike a deal on raising the $14.3 trillion debt ceiling. speaking in the east room of the white house, the president took questions from reporters for well over an hour. using some harsh rhetoric, he warned lawmakeres if they can't reach a deal by the end of the week, they ought to go ahead and cancel all of those congressional vacations. >> call me nye
SFGTV
Jun 30, 2011 10:00am PDT
the police and staff. >> not a problem. >> just an email. that's all. president newlin: ok. do i have a second? you did a second. ok. call the roll. commissioner roja: aye. commissioner perez: aye. commissioner meko: aye. commissioner benetti: aye. president newlin: aye. >> thank you, commissioners. president newlin: thank you. good luck. ok. and wrapping it up here, folks, we have commissioners comments and questions. seeing none, we'll go to item number eight. new business requests. for future agenda items. seeing none, i officially conclude the tuesday, june 28, meeting of the city and county of san francisco entertainment commission. thank you. thank you, everyone. >> welcome to "culturewire." since december 2005, the museum of the african diaspora, known locally,moad, has presented programs that celebrate and explore the culture, history, and art of people with african descent throughout the and added states and throughout the world. the director of cultural affairs recently met with the museum director. to learn more about the current expedition, textural rhythms, constructing t
CBS
Jun 1, 2011 12:00pm PDT
in limbo. the san mateo bridge times reports five families got an email last week from their contractor, vanderbilt construction, saying the company was shutting down until early june. then management would consider whether to close the business for good. the owner of this house declined to speak with us. the mayor of san bruno tells us vanderbuilt was one of the go- two contractors after the san bruno disaster. the mayor says the city is committed to helping the homeowners rebuilt and hopefully it's just a bump in the road. a spokesperson with pg&e said pg&e is reaching is reaching out to the customers affected and said pg&e worked with vanderbuilt after the disaster but never recommended them. >> pg&e used them to do emergency repairs following the tragedy in san bruno. so they were part of our direct list but they were not on the list of preferred contractors. >> reporter: a spokesman for the contractor's state license board says there have been no complaints filed against vanderbilt construction from any of the san bruno fire victims but the company was suspended for seve
CBS
Jun 30, 2011 5:00am PDT
television station in san diego and le's family actually sent out an email late last night calling the claims untrue and police have not confirmed anything yet. but kg-tv down in san diego says it got this new information from a source, quote, close to the investigation. but after michelle le disappeared, her cell phone was used to make two calls one to reno and one to a woman somewhere in arizona, they say. the station says that woman then called le's family herself. here's michelle's brother, michael, who confirms getting a call. >> i did get a phone call from her. i just relayed that to the police. every day gets harder and so my resolve has to be that much stronger. >> now, we don't know anything about -- >> reporter: now, we don't know anything about this arizona woman who supposedly got a call from le's phone, but the san diego report says hayward police did go to arizona to investigate this. but they will not talk to us about this just yet. of course, there is a $65,000 reward out for the return of michelle le. and they are planning another big search this weekend here in the ba
CBS
Jun 1, 2011 5:00am PDT
got an email last week from a contractor, vanderbilt construction, saying the company was shutting down until early june. then management would consider whether to actually close the business for good. these families tell the times they are particularly upset because they chose vanderbilt because it was recommended by pg&e on their list of authorized contractors. for their part, pg&e says it will work with the homeowners on a case-by-case basis. in a statement to the newspaper, a pg&e spokesperson said, "vanderbilt has gone out of business. we are deeply troubled by this development and will continue to do everything we can to help everyone affected by the tragedy." so at this point, several families are in limbo. some have already paid bills to the contractor. it's not clear when or if work on their homes will resume. haven't build construction has several officers -- vanderbilt construction has several offices in the area, including castro valley. left a voicemail this morning. nothing indicated that they are going out of business. there is nothing on their website. so it's uncle
CBS
Jun 1, 2011 6:00am PDT
last week that they didn't want to hear. five families got an email last week from a contractor, vanderbilt construction, saying the company was shutting down until early june. then management would consider whether to close the business for good. these families say they are upset because they chose vanderbilt because was recommended by pg&e on their list of authorized contractors. now, for their part, pg&e says it will work with the homeowners on a case-by-case basis. and in a statement, a spokesman says, "vanderbilt has gone out of business. we are deeply troubled by this development and will continue to do everything we can to help everyone affected by this tragedy. " in the meantime, several families as the newspaper quoted five are in limbo now, some are already paid their bills to the contractor. so at this point it is not clear when or if that construction will resume. vanderbilt construction has an office in castro valley, one of their local offices. we lot of a voicemail message with them today but nothing on their answering machine says anything about them possibly goi
CBS
Jun 30, 2011 4:30am PDT
hurt a lot of little people. >> reporter: kiet do, cbs 5. >> we received an email last night from an amazon executive who says, this legislation is counterproductive and will not cause our retail business to collect sales tax for the state. >>> survivors of the san bruno pipeline explosion are upset that safe and sane fireworks are still legal in their city. san bruno is one of a dozen bay area cities that allows the sale and use of these fireworks. a lot of charities and sports programs depend on that money raised from fireworks sales. last september, that blast killed eight people and destroyed dozens of homes. and now residents in the neighborhood are wary of anything that may spark a fire. >> i'm hoping that people will respect the situation and not come to our neighborhood and even though those people that live here, i hope that they will not set off fireworks legal or illegal. >> so city leaders have promised neighbors that there will be extra fire and police patrols over the holiday weekend in order to reduce the fire danger. crews have cut down overgrown grass and weeds where
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